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Espresso for Your Spirit

Hope and Humor for Pooped-Out Parents

Pam Vredevelt

Category: Inspirational

Part of the Espresso Series

About Espresso for Your Spirit

It's no secret that parenting is overwhelming and often exhausting. Nothing will ever change the daunting struggles parents face and the tears they often shed. The daily grind of dirty diapers, soccer games, fund-raisers, and bloody knees leaves parents needing a resource that will lift their spirits, charge their batteries, and refocus them on the source of their true strength. In engaging, humorous, and often poignant vignettes, bestselling author Pam Vredevelt serves up cup after cup of energizing espresso to encourage the spirit and souls of decaffeinated parents.

About Pam Vredevelt

After twenty years of counseling experience, Pam Vredevelt, LPC, pinpointed the one question that the majority of her clients all shared: “How do I let go of the negative emotions weighing me down?” Now in The Power of Letting Go , she writes as someone who’s been there, someone who’s experienced for herself the freedom of resolving nagging emotions lingering from the past. Words from this life coach go a long way, as her primary passion is equipping the hurting in order to get unstuck and back on track, progressing toward the life of freedom that God promises to every one of His children.

Product Details

160 pages | Published by Multnomah

On Sale Date: Jul 26, 1999

Trim Size: 5 x 7-1/8

Carton Quantity: 16

Sneak Peek

It's no secret that parenting is overwhelming and often exhausting. Nothing will ever change the daunting struggles parents face and the tears they often shed. The daily grind of dirty diapers, soccer games, fund-raisers, and bloody knees leaves parents needing a resource that will lift their spirits, charge their batteries, and refocus them on the source of their true strength. In engaging, humorous, and often poignant vignettes, bestselling author Pam Vredevelt serves up cup after cup of energizing espresso to encourage the spirit and souls of decaffeinated parents.

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By Amber Ranew

I was given an opportunity to read and review an ebook copy of "Espresso for Your Spirit: Hope and Humor for Pooped Out Parents" by Pam Vredevelt from Multonomah Publishers.  When asked if I wanted to review this book, I immediately said yes!!  Coffee is one of my love languages and any author that can speak that language to me through encouraging words about parenting while discussing coffee is a winner to me.  This book has 28 chapters with...

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By Heidi Meier

Espresso for Your Spirit is a book to encourage any parent when they are in the middle of the muddle of parenting. It isn't a parenting book as more of a devotional to uplift and encouraging, especially when you are struggling with all the chaos that often ensues when you are in the thick of parenthood.

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By Julie Durfee

"On days when it feels as if the walls are caving in and your backside is caked in mud, remember that God can do amazing things with a little bit of mud." How many times do I feel like I have a whole lot of mud in my life? Too often to count. I think I get caught up in the muck when God can simply use it. This book has Bible verses, inspirational quotes, and personal stories mingled together. The focus is God cares for you. He knows...

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By Dusty Shell

If you need a good coffee table book to pick up when you only have a few minutes here or there to read, this just might be a great choice for you. In Espresso for Your Spirit, Pam Vredevelt (say that ten times fast!) provides short snippets of inspirational stories, wit, and anecdotes that reach out to the burned out or floundering parent. We've all been there, no? When we feel like we just might fall apart if one more child starts...

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By Debbie Taylor

Written for overwhelmed parents, Espresso for Your Spirit takes a look at the reality of parenting from a humorous and hopeful perspective. Rather than promising impossible results, it offers encouragement and insight into parenting. With chapter titles like "Time for a Refill", "Accepting a New Destination", and "Letting Go of Second Best", the author shares her real life experiences and lessons learned in a way that helps reframe some of...

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